Late 2014, I have been received in the Ordre Culinaire International, that promotes French Cuisine worldwide by defending quality terroir products; enabling knowledge transfer from senior and professional members to younger members eager to improve their cooking skills; and develop the food trade through new technology and innovative products. The Angus herd was created 140 years ago, and less than 20 years later, took over the world. You can find it in Brazil, in Argentina, in the US, but also in South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and even in Japan. The reason for that is that it is genetically geared up to turn grass into fat! Breeding Feeding (grass is better than cereals Handling (stress makes for tougher meat) Don't panic, let it rest Use cooking salt, table salt doesn't penetrate the meat and just creates a coating around the meat.